http://rubeta.com - SMS Fundraising platform for small nonprofits. The product was completed recently, and I haven't begun marketing it yet. Easy monetization.
Both products can be easily expanded, but unfortunately I haven't found the time to do so. Contact in bio.
The price also depends on the product/company itself: how stable are revenues, what's churn, how diversified are traffic sources, etc.
Offers please send to email@example.com :)
It's not making any revenue so any offer will be considered. It's a tool for helping inexperienced founders avoid common mistakes when starting a business with someone, both legally and in terms of making sure you're on the same page. Did it after getting very burned on a business venture because of this.
Got retweeted by some TechCrunch writer and also got to the frontpage (I think) of ProductHunt a while back. But I never got the time to get the product to where I wanted it to be (pay a $49 fee to get a good legally binding agreement based on the data you provided that you can just download, print and sign, and avoid problems and lawyer fees) nor market it properly (I also think it would be great to partner up with people who organize hackatons etc).
Built in Rails, hosted in DigitalOcean.
Email in profile
http://backerpass.com - Monthly funding platform for artists and creators. ~$200/month currently going to creators.
http://followfridayapp.com - Web, iOS, Android. Doesn't work currently because Instagram restricted their API. Could be rebranded into an app focused on selecting your own photos (something like 2016bestnine.com).
http://facebook.com/youtubesearchbot - Messenger bot with 25 daily active users. Yeah not a lot, but could be grown if you have another bot to cross-promote with.
Contact info in profile.
Workday-lite (really lite) for small businesses. Individual components such as time-off tracking and expense reports all have sites on there dedicated to them individually that seem to do well. This covers all of them and could use somebody who has time to dedicate to (content) marketing.
Never knew how to market it
It really wants to be wrapped up into some sort of product, but I'm not quite sure what :)
For those of you not familiar with ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases) is the standard for diseases, signs and symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances, and external causes of injury or diseases for purposes of clinical documentation and billing.
Things like building a scalable transcoding cluster can be made fairly simple ("just add more boxes") using a decent message-queue service. From there, everything is pretty simple HTTP.
Of course, this is only the very barebones stuff, and covering all of Youtube's features exhaustively would be quite difficult, and requires some good Machine Learning work.
The key to selling this though is to be able to customize to their needs, provide support and SLAs etc...
Hard work in all likelihood.
reach out to rolando [at] bandd.co if you're interested
I don't really want to sell, but nor do I have the strength to continue right now. I'm on a break, for as long as I want.
I've got a database of over 2k locations searched and over 27k days of weather searched.
Must have some advertising value ... ?
Site has been live for ~6months
People seem to love it for wedding planning: https://www.reddit.com/r/weddingplanning/comments/5y8dwp/web...
Does not earn anything yet because it is a free service, but for a few more features it would be possible to charge for it. It is made using Laravel.
I also have http://buyindiegames.com right now just a basic blog but I think it has loads of potential for someone with a bit more time.
You can email me at jamie [at] quipcode.com
Just getting started on marketing.
If you don't mind answering, how many users do you have?
I feel like for making money, you could pitch the solution to Google and ideally get them to buy it.
My best answer to that is that Repo0 is only limited by the amount of storage you have on your Google drive account. I have 1TB of space on Google Drive which is a lot more than you can store on bitbucket. There is also no limit on number of users, teams or sharing.
A different answer is that with Repo0 your data is not walled off on a server. You can see the data, download it and see when the app makes changes to it.
I will push a fix shortly.
"Augmented reality for web testers"
Lets testers & whole teams track their progress, also provides analysis for manager/team to rebalance test efforts. Helps ID holes in manual & automated test scripts.
It's a Google Chrome plugin.
Zero customers. I have too many other projects that I'm pursuing & no time to market it.
Provisional patent filed.
Contact: service at goldcreekgroup dot com
Things are going well, mostly don't have time to maintain the offline OS specific apps right now.
Willing to share revenue numbers if seriously interested.
No traffic/users; I basically built it and learned that I had no interest in sales/marketing.
Email in profile.
Reach out and let's chat
I got an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are sending these advertisements - which i don't mind if you actually have something good to offer - then you should really not try to hide who you are.
I also doubt that any quality sites will join random ad-networks. That's just the hard reality of the current market.
I am already using Adsense, and I often have problems with fraudulent, and just general shitty ads showing up on my site. If Google Adsense has problems keeping out the junk, even in light of their strict rules and ways to report ads, then surely it will be near impossible for a small startup network to stay clean, and only accept quality publishers.
It actually makes me quite angry when people like you, jump into a project, without first doing what's necessary to at least provide the same quality as existing industry leaders.
We're closing down on April 30th.
You can contact me at hello AT 1001tweets DOT com
Print tweets on t-shirts, got bored, built this. Haven't put much marketing into it, but I'm sure someone who does could make some money.
Amazon Seller Analytics Software
Haven't really had time to work on it but its a great niche and the backend is solid (built in Laravel).
Earning 92/mo avg. on flippa for auction rn